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If you're looking for headers designed for maximum street performance, look no further than Procomp Electronics. They are designed for stock or mildly modified engines for the value-conscious buyer. Made from durable 16-gauge steel, Those Procomp Electronics headers feature 3/8 in. thick flanges that are heavy enough to maintain header integrity, yet pliable enough to seal each exhaust port. If your vehicle is using aftermarket components, parts from other applications, or custom altered parts, then it is the installer's responsibility to verify fitment
Speedmaster Exhaust Headers are designed to produce maximum street performance in stock or mildly modified engines. To let your engine really breathe, Speedmaster headers are precision machined from durable 16-gauge stainless steel and feature .375 in. thick flanges. These flanges are heavy enough to offer enough flex and rigidity to hold the gasket tight to each exhaust port to keep everything properly secured.
Will they work on 89 S10 with a 350 v 8 if not what will
I have A JEEP 1988 YJ I PUT in A 350 ENGINE .I NEED HEADERS. COULD THESE WORK? It needs to clear the searing
will they fit a 1970 corvette
Fit my malibu?
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